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“Mount Anywhere” 12-Volt Air Compressors
“I’m always amazed by all the uses farmers find for our compressors,” says George Carousos, owner of Extreme Outback Products, Vacaville, Calif. “Most farmers mount their compressor on the underframe of their pickup and use it for filling tires, cleaning filters, running air tools, blowing out lines, cleaning radiators and so on.”
   The company’s two most popular models for farm use are the ExtremeAire High Output and Magnum models. The 12-volt, 3/4 hp High Output model has a fan-cooled motor and 150 psi working pressure to fill farm tires and air tanks and run impact wrenches. The 1.5 hp Magnum compressor is also fan-cooled and puts out 6 cfm free flow and 2.6 cfm at 100 psi. Both models offer superior filtering, stainless steel hardware, heat dissipation cylinder coating and powder-coated filter housing and fan shroud. Dimensions for the High Output model are: 14 in. long by 6 in. wide by 9 in. tall. The Magnum is slightly larger.
  The company’s compressors are available in 12-volt or 24-volt models. They have an oversized UNI-filter that is crush proof, washable and reusable. Carousos says the compressors are permanently lubed with sealed bearings so they are waterproof and can be mounted anywhere and at any angle, including sideways or upside down.
  The company also makes portable compressors in a weatherproof metal box. “The portable unit is really handy for use around a farm because it can be moved from machine to machine and is powered by a 12-volt battery,” says Carousos.
  Extreme Outback compressors range in price from $415 to $565 and include a 30-day money back guarantee and free technical support.
  Carousos says Extreme Outback’s compressors are pre-installed in many OEM machines, such as air seeders and planters.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Extreme Outback Products, 1051 Aldridge Rd., Suite A, Vacaville, Calif. 95688 (ph 866 447-7711; www.extremeoutback.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #6